Enchanting on many fronts, CORNER HOUSE celebrates a unique and colourful human being, it evokes the romance of a special historical location, it thrills with superb gastronomy and marks a return to grace and hospitality that will be cherished and remembered.
Time spent at Corner House becomes part of your history.
The CORNER HOUSE is a two-storey Black and White bungalow built in 1910.
E J H Corner lived here when he was Assistant Director of the Botanic Gardens from 1929 to 1945. The house was designated a Conserved Building in May 2008, and although it has been modernized to accommodate a restaurant function, the main elements of its original architecture remains intact.